Flight Of The Conchords announce plans for a movie

Bret McKenzie confirms the comedy folk duo are coming to the big screen

Flight Of The Conchords have announced plans for a movie.

Bret McKenzie has stated that efforts are being made to bring the comedy folk duo to the big screen, reports Total Film. Flight Of The Conchords ran for two seasons between 2007 and 2009.

He said:

We’re going to try and do a movie. We just need a story.


The star recently contributed several songs to the forthcoming soundtrack to The Muppets movie including Oscar nominee ‘Life’s A Happy Song.’

The soundtrack will also include a cover of Cee Lo Green‘s Number One hit ‘Forget You’ and Nirvana‘s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’.

The film is set to come out in the UK on February 12, 2012.

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Lady Gaga, Jack Black and Ricky Gervais are set to make cameos in the forthcoming movie.

Meanwhile, McKenzie also revealed that he will feature as an elf in the forthcoming The Hobbit blockbuster.

Speaking about Peter Jackson’s latest movie the Flight Of The Conchords star added: “It looks incredible. I’ve never seen anything so massive.”


A Flight Of The Conchords movie? Yes please!





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